Intel has announced significant restructuring which will involve cutting 10 500 jobs by mid 2007. The company says the cuts along with savings in merchandising expenses, capital and material expenses will save it $3 billion a year by 2008.
It can be quite easy to rack up hefty Internet and data download charges on a mobile phone, and on top of that the time taken to pull up web pages can be slow at times as well. A Canadian company called DataWind claims to address these issues with its new Pocket Surfer 2 portable-Internet device - which is now distributing through Perth-based ISP Eftel.
Online retailer StoresOnline has been busted by the Australian Consumer and Competition Commission (ACCC) for providing false and misleading information to its customers in relation to the price of its e-commerce software packages.
USB flash drives have become a popular method of quickly transferring data from one PC to another. Now Kingston has introduced an entry-level range which makes large capacity drives more affordable for consumers.